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Sixth Arts and Quality of Life Research Center Conference:

Music Therapy at the End of Life

Featuring the Clinical Work of Temple Faculty and Students

 

When: March 1, 2013  

9:00 am - 4:15 pm (registration opens at 8:30 am)

Where: Howard Gittis Student Center, 1755 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, PA 19122

Cost: Free

Register up until the day of the conference. Walk-in registrations accepted.

Current program (updated 2/27/13)

Printable pdf of program - please print your own copy and bring with you

Directions:

Maps and directions to Temple's main campus, including public transit options.

The conference is located on the 2nd floor of the south side of the Howard Gittis Student Center, on 13th St. between Cecil B. Moore and Montgomery Ave.  The easiest way to find the conference is to enter the building via the south side entrance, which is midway up the block on 13th Street.  Take the elevators to the 2nd floor; the conference registration is opposite the elevators.

Parking:

Cash parking available at lots indicated on the campus map. Lots fill up on a first-come, first-served basis, and all contain handicapped-accessible spaces. The lots nearest to the Student Center are:

Lunch:

You will be on your own for lunch. Please enjoy the many food trucks on campus (ask a Temple student for recommendations, everyone has a favorite!), or check out nearby restaurants; information will be provided at the registration table, and you can also check out this map.

CMTEs/Continuing Ed Credits

We are not pre-approved with the Certification Board for Music Therapists or any other organization to provide continuing education credits, however MT-BCs may calculate the contact hours based upon the sessions you attend at the conference and submit them for credit using the criteria and instructions given in the CBMT manual.

We will have attendance certificates available for all attendees at the registration table; stop by to pick one up as you leave.

For further information...

If you have further questions or needs, please contact Yuki Mitsudome (koyuki1014@gmail.com) or Andi McGraw Hunt (andimh@temple.edu).  We look forward to seeing you there!